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  1. Ultimate Werewolf: Ultimate Edition

    Ultimate Werewolf: Ultimate Edition

    $24.95

    <p>Your quiet little 16th century village has suddenly become infested with some very unfriendly werewolves...can you and the other villagers find them before they devour everyone?</p>
    <p>Ultimate Werewolf: Ultimate Edition is the ultimate party game for anywhere from 5 to 68 players of all ages. Each player has an agenda: as a villager, hunt down the werewolves; as a werewolf, convince the other villagers that you're innocent, while secretly dining on those same villagers each night. Dozens of special roles are available to help both the villagers and the werewolves achieve their goals while thwarting their opponents.</p>
    <p><strong>Contents</strong></p>
    <p>More than 40 unique roles, 18 different scenarios to allow groups of all sizes and experience levels to quickly get up and running, a set of 80 fully illustrated cards, a moderator scorepad to keep track of games, and a comprehensive game guide with dozens of pages full of insights, tips and strategies. This set has everything you need for the best Ultimate Werewolf experience possible, whether you&rsquo;re playing with a small circle of friends at home, a huge gathering of gamers in Ohio or as an engaging team building exercise at the office.</p>
    <p>This Third Edition contains a new bonus scenario.</p> Learn More
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    Adam & Eva

    $24.95

    Adam & Eva is a game where players take turns offering each other apples of different varieties and colors. Players try to score points by taking high-valued apples or bonus points by collecting sets of low valued apples. Learn More
  3. Samurai: The Card Game

    Samurai: The Card Game

    $29.95

    Samurai: The Card Game simulates the board game by placing cities on the board and then allowing each player to play one of their 5 cards from their hands. A city is considered surrounded when 4 cards surround the sides. A new city is placed when two different players cards create a location for it to be placed. Learn More
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    Cthulhu Gloom

    $24.95

    <p>In&nbsp;<em>Cthulhu Gloom</em>, you control a group of Lovecraftian protagonists and guide them down a path of horror and madness to an untimely death, while keeping your opponents happy, healthy, and annoyingly alive. While your characters Gibber With Ghouls and Learn Loathsome Lore to earn negative points, you'll encourage your opponents to be Analyzed by Alienists and to Just Forget About the Fungus to pile on positive points. When one group finally falls prey to the interdimensional doom that awaits us all, the player whose characters have suffered the most wins.&nbsp;<br /><br /><em>Cthulhu Gloom</em>&nbsp;is printed on transparent plastic cards. Multiple Modifier cards can be played on top of the same Character card; since the cards are transparent, elements from previously played Modifier cards either show through or are obscured by those played above them. You can immediately and easily see the point value of every character, no matter how many Modifiers they have piled on.&nbsp;<br /><br /><em>Cthulhu Gloom</em>&nbsp;is a stand-alone card game that's also fully compatible with&nbsp;<em>Gloom</em>&nbsp;and its expansions. It introduces Story cards and Transformation cards.</p> Learn More
  5. Lascaux: The Cave Painting Card Game

    Lascaux: The Cave Painting Card Game

    $29.95

    <p>Lascaux is a game about the French caves containing animal paintings; discovered in 1940 by four teenagers.</p>

    <p>This auction game is based on the bidding mechanism of Michael Schacht's Mogul also implemented in No Thanks!</p>

    <p>The deck consists of 54 cards each representing one of six animals and a combination of two colors. At the beginning of a round, cards are turned face up until all six colors are showing or seven cards are face up. All players secretly decide which color cards they hope to win at the end of the round. On their turn, players bid by placing a stone on the table. If a player passes, he picks up all the stones currently on the table and places his token on top of the token pile. The last player remaining grabs all the cards of the color he had chosen earlier in the round. The second to last player, whose token now sits at the top of the token pile, then picks up all the cards of his chosen color if any cards of that color are left. The same process is repeated for each player when their token is at the top of the token pile. The game ends when all the cards of the deck have been claimed. Players then earn points for each animal for which they have majority.</p>

    <p>Components: 54 cards, 50 stones, 30 markers, rules.</p> Learn More
  6. Lost Cities: The Card Game

    Lost Cities: The Card Game

    $24.95

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    <p>For the daring and adventurous, there are many lost cities to explore. They are in the Himalayas, the ever-shifting sands of the desert, the Brazilian rain forest, ancient volcanoes and in Neptune's Realm. With limited resources the players must choose which expeditions to begin. Those with high confidence may want to up the stakes: increasing the rewards for success, but risking more should the expedition fail. The player who finds the right balance will find victory! </p>
    <p>Author: Reiner Knizia<br />Players: 2 aged 10 and up<br />Length: 30 minutes</p> Learn More

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